August 30, 2011

Kit Grady

New project in progress,

Deborah Cuneo

Portfolio Series - Happy to find a friend!
©2011 Deborah Cuneo

August 29, 2011

Penny Noble

IF fun to wear this disguise...better than the one I wear as an adult everyday!
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August 26, 2011

Christine Mix

Here's a watercolor / photoshop revision of an illustration I did for Illustration Friday a couple of weeks ago - Swell, By Christine Mix copyright 2011.

In a way, I feel like the shark is hurricane Irene and us North Easters are the puffer fish.. yikes.

August 25, 2011

Alex Colombo

The Hedgehog series - The Candies
(rough sketch)

8: A Steampunk Anthology

This is a beginning illustration to get me going on the anthology. Young Cornelius is on a long journey searching for his parents, plucked from their clock workshop in the early hours of the morning.

August 24, 2011

Gail Ross

 He needs a name ~ Any suggestions?
©2011 Watercolor
Character for The Snail's Tale, in progress
written and illustrated by Sally Burr and Gail Ross
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August 20, 2011

Tina Kugler

Detail from water conservation poster for City of Pasadena Water & Power. To see full image, click here.


August 19, 2011

August 18, 2011

Gail Ross

"I don't know why." Justa said to his friend Newt.

©2011 watercolor/digital
Concept piece for The Snail's Tale, in production
written and illustrated by Sally Burr and Gail Ross
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August 10, 2011

Deborah Cuneo

Aesops Fable
The Porcupine and the Snakes
Acrylic/Colored Pencil

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Rebecca Gavney Driscoll

Rebecca Gavney Driscoll
watercolor with some colored pencil and pencil highlights.
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August 8, 2011

Christine Mix

The Whale's Journey Home, by Christine Mix copyright 2011
watercolor/ gouache

I dreamt this image one night last Spring, woke up and quickly sketched it in pencil. I took my time painting this one over the Summer, allowing the heart of the magic to shine through.

August 6, 2011

Gail Ross

Without a doubt - the very best rhyming story 
I've read since Dr. Seuss!  I love this book 
and am honored to be the illustrator!

©2011 watercolor/digital
from Paula the Koala, release summer 2011
written by Karen Gentry, illustrated by Gail Ross
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August 2, 2011

Jill Bergman

Harvesting the Night Garden, linocut with watercolor, © 2011 by Jill Bergman

This is one of the images created for the new children's illustration group Between the End Pages. Come and visit to see the other gardens created by Brooke Boynton Hughes, Tina Kugler, and Marsha Riti!